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roadtrip

n. a sudden trip in a car. (Sometimes yelled, Roadtrip! to indicate an impending jaunt in an automobile.) “Roadtrip!” hollered Ken. “We’re gonna go out and get some dames!”
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The Ampera extended-range electric car, together with its sister car the Chevrolet Volt, won best green development, while Vauxhall RoadTrip was named as Best App.
And to keep the kids entertained in the car, I like Roadtrip Bingo HD ($0.
Students can also request for a Roadtrip Nation green RV to visit their campus, to have a first-hand experience.
Vauxhall, a subsidiary of General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), has introduced a new iphone app, RoadTrip, in UK.
At last there is a real alternative -- RoadTrip India where you drive your own car at your own pace and stop when you want, eat what you want and do what you want.
Two American airhead girls on a European roadtrip get a puncture in the middle of nowhere in Germany and knock on the door of Dr Josef Heiter (Laser).
Jamie Oliver, whose series Jamie's American Roadtrip is on Channel 4.
The Roadtrip uses FM airwaves and beams the music back to your car stereo so you can enjoy the music at ear-popping levels.
It was (good) before you go on a roadtrip that's going to be at tough roadtrip.
Ashworth invites the reader on his roadtrip in his book Ogallala Blue (W.
To so many the roadtrip has defined place, time and identity.
HAVING CARDIEL ON A ROADTRIP AGAIN WAS THE SECOND BEST THING ABOUT THE WHOLE THING FOR ME.
Apple's iPod has spawned a small universe of accessories including the RoadTrip from Griffin Technology.
The Get Smart - Get Broadband roadtrip commenced at Swansea Party in the Park in June, where 11,000 visitors were given the chance to send a wireless e-mail onto the big screen.
European Confession is somewhat of a roadtrip that takes the reader halfway around the world from rural Alabama to a brothel in Heidelberg, Germany.